Brian Noonan fills in for Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes and begins the show talking about the history of Labor Day, work trends and how you can love a job you hate.
The Famous San Diego Chicken, Ted Giannoulas, joins Brian to talk about his 40 plus year career in the chicken suit and his amazing journey as a mascot performing at stadiums around the country for sports teams and with Elvis, Chick Barry and more.
Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson then previews the first day of school and what measures CPS has taken this year to improve education in Chicago.
WGN’s Sam Panayotovich hops in the co-pilot seat and gives the latest news on the Chicago Bears and gives his reaction to the surprising release of long-time kicker Robbie Gould.
Brian then talks about the lack of financial planning offered to graduating high school and college graduates as they prepare for the real world.
S.W.A.T Officer and author Grant Whitus discusses his book “Bullet Riddled: The First S.W.A.T Officer Inside Columbine… and Beyond” with Brian Noonan, from an in-depth, first hand account of the Columbine shooting.
WGN TV’s Mark Suppelsa recaps his travels to Japan with his son and Brian closes the show talking about fat shaming issues at school and the idea of the perfect body.